Focus Areas

NJSSH publishes manuscripts that meet the broad-spectrum criteria of scientific excellence including  the areas of behavioral studies, communication studies, criminology, cross-cultural studies, demography, development studies, economics, development economics, education, ethics, geography, governance, history, industrial relations, information science, international relations, linguistics, media studies, political science, population studies, psychology, public administration, sociology, social welfare, women studies, and so on

Specific research areas covered include:

Behvioural Sciences:

Adolescent and Adult, Gender and Mental Health, Behavioral and Emotional Aspects of Child, Interdisciplinary Areas of Research, Organizational Psychology, Psychometrics, Test Development, Public Health Issues, Qualitative Psychology.

Development Studies:  Climate, Energy and Environment, Climate and Human Interaction, Environmental Impacts, Food Security, Peace and Security, Renewable Resource Management and Conservation, Social Discrimination, Social Work and Community Development, Sustainable Agriculture and Development, Theories of Rural Development, Valuation of Natural Resources

Economics: Agricultural Economics, Alternative Investment Markets, Bayesian Econometrics, Behavioral Economics, COVID Impacts, Design of Experiments, Economic Efficiency, Economic Stabilization, Economics of Innovation, Efficient Market, Exchange Rate Determination, Export-Led Growth, Equity Risk Premium, Financial Inclusiveness, Financial Mobilization, Fiscal Policy, Foreign Exchange Risk, Green Finance, Growth and Stability, Household Behavior, Household Finance, Human Capital and Growth, Human Resource Development, Income Inequality, Industrial Development and Organization, Informal economy, International Trade Policy, Knowledge Spillover, Labor Market Issues, Macroeconomic Modelling, Migration, Monetary Policy, Poverty, Protection of Intellectual Property Rights, Social Well-Being, Socio-Economic Impacts, Tax Evasion, Technological Impacts, Trade and Development, Urbanization, WTO-Related Issues.

Mass Communication:

Film Making, Journalism, Mass Media, Media Literacy, Media Warfare, Media Discourses, Mobile Media, Narrative Communication, Nonverbal Communication, Online Media, Photojournalism, Photography, Political Communication, Social Media.

Public Policy:

Decentralization, Financing of Education, Fiscal Responsibility, Foreign Policy and National Security, Market Distortions, Policy Distortions, Public Goods, Public Interest, Public Order, Public Relations, Regional Development, Regulations and Resources, Regulatory Failure, Regulatory Risk, Risk Management, SDGs, Security and Development.

New issues in these areas are rapidly emerging and will find a ready forum in NJSSH.